DC Delays Final Decision on ’20-’21 School Year

The Bowser Administration is delaying a final decision on how public schools will open in the District of Columbia until July 31st.  During a news conference with Chancellor Lewis Ferebee, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that more study of COVID-19 metrics needs to be done before a decision can be made about the 2020-2021 school year.  Chancellor Ferebee released several hybrid proposals for school opening for all school age groups.  The mayor said the hybrid proposal could be changed or adjusted before July 31st.